Whatever coach Matt Muir said to the Rangers after the first period can only be described as “priceless”. North York trailed the top ranked Terriers 2-0 and were outshot 20-8 and it looked like they were headed for another loss to Couchiching. However, the Rangers battled back to take the lead in the second with Anthony Bergin scoring not one but two unassisted ,short handed goals in the second period along with Zach Smith’s power play effort from Connor Tresham and Andrew Amodeo to put the home team out in front at the end of the second. Tresham made it 4-2 from Bergin and Joe Serpe at the 57 second mark of the 3rd and rookies Dave Beaumont and Mike Hollander put the game out of reach with two late goals. Even goalie Ed Davey got into the action picking up an assist on Hollander’s goal. Referees Dave Koziel and Frank Rocca called 18 penalties with North York outshooting Couchiching 46-36. Rangers have a 4 game week next week playing at Orangeville on Tuesday, Whitby on Thursday, Villanova on Saturday and finish off at home against Dixie next Sunday afternoon.